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Penmanship

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Dickens says of John Bell, of the Chancery, that he wrote three hands: one which only he himself could read, one which only his clerk could read, and one which nobody could read. Dean Stanley wrote about as bad a hand as man could write.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Pendente Lite (Latin)
Pendragon
Penelope
Penelophon
Penelva
Penetralia
Penfeather (Lady Penelope)
Peninsular War
Penitential Psalms
Penmanship
Penmanship
Pennals [pen-cases]
Pennalism
Pennant
Penniless (The)
Penny (in the sense of pound)
Penny (A)
Penny-a-liner (A)
Penny Dreadfuls
Penny-father (A)
Penny Gaff (A)